AS SPORTS BETTING EXPANDS, GAMBLING ADDICTION SERVICES FALL BEHIND

After the Supreme Court's decision earlier this week permitting sports betting, those involved in gambling addiction recovery are worried that without robust support systems problem gambling will only increase. The national average, among the 40 states that spend on gambling addiction help, is 37 cents per capita.

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